Sep 25, 2015 - 6:54 AM
in reply to Bernie
<<"Tuesday we will head to Bern. I particularly want to see the Paul Klee Center, is this a worthwhile trip? It seems to be on the outskirt of thecity. Wednesday we will return to Geneva, but are thinking of stopping in Murten on the way, again, is this can we see this area in an afternoon?">>
a couple of thoughts -
You might be interested in the Rosengart Collection in Luzern, 5 minutes from the main station. It has a collection of on the order of 100 Klee's arranged in chronological order. The other stuff is pretty good , too.
Murten is a nice small town and could make a nice stop for a couple of hours as you proposed . When I used to come to Geneva for work, many years ago, Murten was a place I would go for a weekend break.
I not sure what you mean by "this area." The larger region is called the Three Lakes Region and has many days worth of touristic, artistic, and historical attractions. The lakes are Neuchatel, Murten and Biel.
I frequently stay in Ligerz and Sugiez, so I know the region well.
One striking example of a world class museum is the exhibit on Neolithic lake dwellers at Hauterive, near Neuchatel.
www.myswitzerland.com/ en-us/take-your-time.html and www.myswitzerland.com/ en/jura-three-lakes.html and www.juradreiseenland.c h
latenium.ch and www.neuchateltourisme. ch/en/decouvertes/muse ums/latenium-hauterive.1132.html
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